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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote kudzu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 20 2018 at 1:29pm
The OP's rifle is extremely well done, even down to the correct angle on the toe of the butt pad in keeping with the toe line of the buttstock instead of flat as so many are. Along with some tasteful checkering. It only needs a 5 round magazine to even out the overall lines. A VERY nice rifle indeed. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote A square 10 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 20 2018 at 8:06pm
ok , i like that factory version , i do like the manlicher stocks on other rifles ...





and long wood - full stocks , 







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The top pic looks like a nylon 66 on bottom.
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To be honest no Enfield sporters look really good,  Lee Speeds are OK but I'd rather hunt with a Mauser or Mauser derived rifle.
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The original one at the beginning of this thread has a very "Planet of the Apes" vibe to it IMO.

Don't shoot till you see the whites of their thighs. (Unofficial motto of the Royal Air Force)
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Yes it does. I would love to monkey around with it!
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yes it is a remington nylon 66 below a ruger 10/22 international , then a winchester windermusket US marked 22 trainer and a stevens 414 22 short only target rifle , my other passion is 22s , i have twice as many of those as i do enfields/webleys , but this is my first go-to site , the 22 site is second 
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I LOVE my Nylon 66!! Great little rifle.
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Originally posted by SW28fan SW28fan wrote:

To be honest no Enfield sporters look really good,  Lee Speeds are OK but I'd rather hunt with a Mauser or Mauser derived rifle.
This is not a biased answer because I made the one under the full wood one. Done right,a sporterized Enfield can in fact look as good or a tad better then its original counterpart.
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i liked mine well enough to get a second in appache black to go with the original mowhawk brown , 
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Bottom rifle is a long lee?
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Bottom rifle is a long lee?
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If you're asking about mine,no,it is not. It is a No4Mk2 with the whole top of the receiver cut off and a Parker Hale scope mount,base,and rings installed. The barrel is from a No1. The front and rear sights came from a Remington 700. The stock set came from Bishop stocks,85% inletted.  The recoil pad is a fully adjustable Morgan. The magazine is a brand new flush mount five round. The scope is a Nikko Stirling 6-18×50...
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...sorry gentlemen, I'm a bit behind on this post, been in hospital ( all good now )....Englishman, I too love those officers models, the rifle I posted is almost a stylised version of that.....funnily enough I have also always loved those " planet of the apes " rifles...explains a lot !!!
As someone has already said,the great thing about this forum is our love of this particular firearm in whatever its preferred form.
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could that be a 410 shotgun conversion?
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Glad yer back & all sorted.
Don't shoot till you see the whites of their thighs. (Unofficial motto of the Royal Air Force)
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